Most of the materials which are being used in concrete are getting depleted or scarcity day by day due to over consumption in the construction field. So in this research, it is planned to find an alternative material for sand (fine aggregate) and also to improve the standard of water, since it act as a major role in helping the concrete to attain the desired strength. Fine aggregate is one of the finest filler material used in concrete ,which is getting depleted due to more usage, so we are in need to find an alternative material as in the form of utilizing any waste product (agricultural waste) as an partial replacement. Fluoride is one of the major constituents in water, at the same time if it exceeds the limit; it directly affects the reinforcement and results in corrosion which in turn reduces the strength of the concrete. The fluoride reduction process is carried out by “Nalgonda” technique in such way that the cost effective, less foot print & easy to operate and maintain in long period of time with locally available chemicals.
Concrete, Coir pith, Filler material, Water treatment, Fluoride, Nalgonda techniqu.
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